The British Council tells the inspiring stories of 80 women to mark its 80th Anniversary in Turkey.
The combination of chemistry and archaeology shows how hallucinogens shaped prehistoric cave art
Radiocarbon Dating And CT Scans Reveal Bronze Age Tradition Of Keeping Human Remains. While the findings, may seem eerie or even gruesome by today's convention, they indicate a tangible way of honouring and remembering known individuals between close…
Archaeologists have unearthed the remains of a gymnasium and an adjoining bathhouse at the ancient Greek city of Smyrna, in the western Turkish province of Izmir.
New Fossil Discovery Shows How Ancient 'Hell Ants' Hunted With Headgear. Researchers discover a worker of the hell ant Ceratomyrmex ellenbergeri grasping a nymph of Caputoraptor elegans (Alienoptera) preserved in amber dated to 99-million-year-old.
Scientists in Southampton believe four bones recently found on the Isle of Wight belong to a new species of theropod dinosaur The dinosaur was named Vectaerovenator inopinatus.
Early plant use by humans is not well studied because of poor preservation over time, however Border Cave's unique ecosystem has allowed for excellent preservation of this material - providing further insight into the lives of early humans in these…
Stone fluted points dating back some 8,000 to 7,000 years ago, were discovered on archaeological sites in Manayzah, Yemen and Ad-Dahariz, Oman. Until now, the prehistoric technique of fluting had been uncovered only on 13,000 to 10,000-year-old…
DAI-ANAMED Joint fellowships in Environmental Archeology for Post- Doctoral scholars and the post-doctoral fellowships in geospatial and/or data sciences are now available.
The ancient city of Hadrianopolis in Turkey's Black Sea region, estimated to have been used as a settlement area in late Hellenistic, Rome and early Byzantine times, will become an archeological site.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan announced 2020 as the year of Patara in a bid to promote and draw more attention to the ancient city and said 'I hope the year of Patara will be good for our country and the tourism sector'.
Turkey will bring back two of its stolen artifacts from England, the country’s Ministry of Culture and Tourism said in a statement on Thursday.
Hot pots helped ancient Siberian hunters survive the Ice Age
Ancient Mongolians used to make spoons out of bones, which traces back at least 3,800 years ago
Roman coin may redraw historic trade map
The grave was found almost empty. Only a few sherds and a shell were recovered from the soil surrounding the burials, but they were probably part of the fill of the grave pit